Join us for an introductory session on how to use our 3D Afinia printers
After attending one of these classes you may sign up for an individual session
to make your own 3D object.
Meets on the second floor in the chbMAKERS' Corner. For ages 12 to adult
January 4, 11am or 4 pm
January 10, 11am or 4 pm
January 18, 5 pm
January 24, 4 pm
Children ages 3-5 are eligible to register for the next story time series. Forms will be available at the children's circulation desk beginning January 8th. Register in person to select one of the following options: Monday or Tuesday: 10:00-10:45am/Tuesday or Wednesday: 1:00-1:45pm. Children must be a resident of Newtown and at least 3 years old on or before the start of the session on January 22nd.
Coach Tony Viscuso will introduce children to basic soccer skills while promoting coordination and cooperative play, Wednesday afternoons 4:00-4:30pm, January 10th through May 30th in the library meeting room. Open to children ages 3-5 with an adult partner. Register your child for each date they plan to attend. Parents do not need to register, but must remain with their child during the program.
Next meets on Thursday, February 15th 6:30-8:30 pm
Calling all adults and older teens who enjoy playing tabletop board games, such as Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, and more! We’ll choose a different game each month and provide links ahead of time so players can get to know the game. It's a great way to discover new games and to play familiar games with other enthusiasts.
This month's game is Pandemic.
Playthrough: Tabletop with Wil Wheaton
Join Newtown resident and music educator Brad Peterson, Friday mornings at 11:30am in the library's meeting room January 19th through February 16th. Mr. Peterson spent 38 years teaching and developing music programs for the Monroe public schools. 'Music Dynamics” features finger plays, nursery rhymes, poems, songs, circle games, dances, stories and much more. Each activity is designed to help children with pitch matching and steady beat skills, as well as helping them with their early ...
Next meeting is Monday, January 22, 3:45-5:15 pm - Planning for Take Your Child to the Library Day
The Young Adult Council (for grades 6-12) meets during the school year to plan YA programs, volunteer, decorate, design displays and help make C.H.Booth Library a welcoming library to teens. Meets in the Meeting Room of the library.
And, of course, there will always be snacks! Please come! It's more fun if YOU'RE there!
Meeting Dates for 2017-18 School Year
Thursday, January 25th at 4:00 in the Meeting Room. Come make a small animal or ornament using colored wool and a special burred needle. Needle felting is fun, relaxing, and sociable. Beginners welcome! Please sign up.
Young adult volunteers are preparing a fun-filled afternoon of crafts, games and puppet plays to celebrate 'Take Your Child to the Library Day.' Stop by the library's meeting room between 1:00 and 2:30pm to visit the activity stations. The puppet plays begin at 2:30pm. No registration required. For children ages 3-8. Parents are asked to remain with their child/children during the event.
Thursday, February 8th 5:30pm. Learn to stitch a note card on the sewing machine! In class you'll find out how to thread the sewing machine and then experiment with fabulous decorative machine stitches.
$3 supply fee
Please register as space is limited
Saturday, March 3 from 10 am -2 pm
Here's how to be a great babysitter!
Learn interviewing tips, communication skills, ages and stages of young babies and toddlers, safety and first aid tips and feeding and caring for children, including diaper changing. The instructor has taught Kindergarten and is currently a 2nd grade teacher. She holds three teaching certifications including Early Childhood, General Education and Special Education and a Master's Degree in Literacy.